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Events Taking Place in June


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  1. Aibonito Flower Festival - June/July
    Aibonito celebrates every year the famous "Festival de las Flores", featuring exhibits and sale of the most popular and newest varieties of tropical flower and plants, as well as crafts. The annual flower festival features exhibits of lilies, anthuriums, carnations, roses, gardenias, begonias and other tropical plans as well as food, music, and merrymaking. The festivities also features music and food.
    Aibonito
    (787) 735-3871
    (787) 735-4070

  2. Carnaval del Juey - June
    Santa Isabel

  3. Carnaval San Juan Bautista - June
    Corozal

  4. Feria Agropecuaria - June
    Lajas

  5. Festival de Arte y Cultura de San Antonio - June
    Naranjito

  6. Festival de Diplo - June
    Naguabo

  7. Festival de la Lancha Planua - June
    Humacao

  8. Festival del Chapin - June
    Naguabo

  9. Festival del Guineo - June
    Lares
    (787) 897-3290

  10. Festival del Marisco - June
    Guayanilla

  11. Festival del Pescao - June
    Salinas

  12. Festival de Marlin - May/June
    Ceiba

  13. Festival de Musica Tipica - June
    Barceloneta

  14. Festival de Verano - June
    Barceloneta

  15. Festival de Verano - June
    San Juan

  16. Festival Jibaro - June
    Comerio

  17. Festival Playero de la Noche de San Juan - June
    Aguada

  18. Festival Playero - June
    Aguadilla

  19. Festival San Antonio - June
    Naranjito

  20. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June
    Every year, Ceiba celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Ceiba
    (787) 885-2180

  21. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June
    Every year, Dorado celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Dorado
    (787) 796-1230

  22. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June
    Every year, Isabela celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Isabela
    (787) 872-2100

  23. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June
    Every year, Barranquitas celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Barranquitas
    (787) 857-2065

  24. Fiestas Patronales de San Antonio de Padua - June
    Every year, Guayama celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Guayama
    (787) 864-0600

  25. Fiestas Patronales de San Juan Bautista - June
    Every year, Maricao celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Maricao
    (787) 838-2290

  26. Fiestas Patronales de San Juan Bautista - June
    Every year, Orocovis celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Orocovis
    (787) 867-5000

  27. Fiestas Patronales de San Juan Bautista - June
    Every year, San Juan celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    San Juan
    (787) 724-7171

  28. Fiestas Patronales de San Pedro Apostol - June
    Every year, Toa Baja celebrates a patron saint festival, San Pedro. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions.
    Toa Baja
    (787) 720-2452

  29. Fiestas Patronales San Pedro y San Isidro Labrador - June
    Maunabo

  30. Fiestas Virgen del Carmen - June
    Guayanilla

  31. Noche de San Juan - June
    Catano

  32. Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra, The - June/August
    (787)223-6530
    The Orchestra was founded in 1958 by the world-famous cellist and humanist Pablo Casals. Through its regular annual season, the Orchestra offers a total of seventy exquisite concerts scheduled between the months of August and June.

  33. San Juan Bautista Day - June
    San Juan celebrates the island's patron saint with week-long festivities, including religious processions, music, dancing, games and beach bonfire parties. At midnight on the first day of festivities, revelers walk backward into the ocean or nearest body of water three or seven times to ward off evil spirits and renew good luck for the coming year.
    San Juan
    (787) 721-2400



Did You Know?

Dr. Dolores Piñero, born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was the first Puerto Rican woman doctor to serve in the Army under contract.